(50 Episodes) ARCHIE ANDREWS: Stories taken directly from the popular comic strip of the same name, this Old Time Radio Sitcom was created, with much success, to pull a Teenage Audience into the living room and up to the radio. * def gp ddh ( 1 reviews ) Topics: OTR Archie Andrews, Comic Strip, Teenage Situation Comedy
(02 Episodes: #001, #002) "Joe Palooka," comic-strip character, was a short-lived radio situation-comedy; this is more than likely the reason why there are only 2 episodes available online. Yes, I realize there is a #007 which shows up at many web addresses, however at a closer listen, one will discover that the #007 is actually only a really poor sound quality version of #002. For those of you out there old enough to recall, Joe Palooka was a comic-strip character, a small... Topics: Old Time Radio, Joe Palooka, OTR Situation Comedy, Comic Strip Character, Boxer, Double Bubble...
(42 Episodes) Created by Chic Young, comic strip characters Blondie & Dagwood have been published in newspapers, since September 08, 1930. In 1939, "Blondie," the radio program, was born & had a very long run (1939-1950) on several different radio networks. Throughout its broadcast years,"Blondie" was sponsored by many companies, incl: Colgate-Palmolive Soap, Pepsodent Toothpaste & Camel Cigarettes. * def gp ddh ( 1 reviews ) Topics: OTR, Old Time Radio, SItcom, Situation Comedy, Comic Strip, Blondie
(13 Episodes) "A Date With Judy", summer replacement for the Bob Hope Show, aired on NBC(starring Ann Gillis) from June 24 to September 16, was a soap opera, mainly broadcasted to attract a larger teenage audience to the radio. Dellie Ellis portrayed Judy when the series returned the following summer (June 23 – September 15, 1942). Bristol Myers as its new sponsor, replaced The Eddie Cantor Show for the summer. Louise Erickson continued in the role of Judy over the next seven years... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: OTR Sitcom, Old Time Radio Sitcom, A Date with Judy, 13 eps, OTR Teenage Sitcom, Comic Strip